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Skin Care and Hair Care Come Together in Latest Article from

Skin Care News sheds light on how to have both beautiful skin and hair.

Sacramento, CA, July 20, 2006 --( Skin care and hair care have often been two categories that have been kept separate. Common issues such as pimples from long bangs, or rashes on the back of necks from constant contact with hair have made life difficult for many women. Choosing between maintaining a skin care regimen and a hair care regimen has become problematic for some.’s latest article, however, shows readers how both skin care and hair care can live together in harmony.

In the article, “Beautiful Hair or Beautiful Skin? Balancing Hair Care with Skin Care”, useful information is given to help women learn how to achieve a realistic skin care regimen, along with maintaining healthy hair. For a long time, women have been debating whether they should forsake a great hairstyle to avoid breaks out and skin problems or bear the brunt of pimples, rashes and breakouts for lovely locks. Readers can find relief in helpful tips the article provides, such as: 

· If you’re suffering from pimples on your forehead because of your bangs, wear them differently. suggests asking your stylist to layer your bangs and thin them out enough so that air can circulate through your bangs and reach your forehead, allowing your skin to breathe. Styling your bangs this way will also allow you to keep your original style if you don’t want a dramatically different look. 

· If you get dry patches or rashes on the back of your neck from your hair, look at your styling products. These products may be great for your hair, but not for your skin. Hair excessively rubbing against your neck makes you scratch and when you scratch, chances are, there’s going to be a skin rash. (This step is extremely important for people who suffer from eczema) 

· At night sleep on a satin pillowcase instead of cotton. Sleeping on satin will allow your hair to glide across as you toss and turn. Cotton will snag hairs and pull them out while you sleep. Sleeping caps are also recommended to lock in any moisturizer or leave-in conditioner you may use. 

Skin care expert Stephanie Brown says she found inspiration for “Beautiful Hair or Beautiful Skin? Balancing Hair Care with Skin Care” by simply looking around. “I see so many young women with great hair but with pimples on their forehead. A lot of women don’t realize that their hair care regimen is negatively affecting their skin care regimen and vice versa.” covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these other “out of the norm” articles:

“Don’t Be in the Pits: How to Deal with Underarm Discoloration” 

Underarm discoloration is a subject that hasn’t been widely talked about, nor have there been any studies done that provide medical information on it. Well, I’ve researched and managed to dig up some specks of information in the hopes to find some sort of treatment for those of you who suffer from this embarrassing skin care problem.

“Its Just One of Them Days: PMDD vs. PMS” 

It’s "that time of the month" and you’re more than likely accustomed to preparing yourself for bouts of cramping, being bloated and irritated for no reason at all. Your husband or boyfriend may even crack his occasional jokes about your "condition". Well, if you’re in the 3-5% of women who suffer from Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, or PMDD, the subject is anything but a laughing matter.

“Razor Bumps: Dealing with an Often Neglected Problem” 

Razor bumps are a problem that we really don’t talk about. However, for those who have to deal with them on a daily basis, razor bumps can make shaving a nightmare. To compound the problem, many skin care companies have ignored the issue of razor bumps because this problem is limited to only a small number of skin types, most notably, African American men because their beard hair is typically curly and rounded. According to, "60-80% of black men suffer from razor bumps." How can we stop these bumps? By understanding how they form and by shaving properly, the impact of razor bumps can be significantly reduced. 

About -- Your Source for Intelligent Skin Care is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty related issues. is located in Sacramento, California but receives visitors from all around the world. For more information, visit

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